Research Paper On Smart Quill Pen
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Building Project Value Management
This 10 page paper (including on page diagram) looks at how value may be added in a case study provided by the student. The study concerns the building of a learning centre for a university. The process of project development, priorities and using weighted values as well as the SMART tool for value management are all used. The bibliography cites 3 sources.
Options of eCommerce Payment and the Cost of Cyberspace
A 20 page paper that looks at the various payment options that presently exist in the world of e-commerce. Payment options discussed are online credit card transactions, digital cash, online checks, and smart card technology. The features and benefits of each of these options are examined and the privacy and security concerns surrounding each are discussed. Bibliography lists 12 sources.
The Chancellors A History Of The Leaders Of The British Exchequer, 1886-1947 by Roy Jenkins
12 pages in length. Roy Jenkins' purpose for penning The Chancellors: A History of the Leaders of the British Exchequer, 1886-1947 was not so much to chronicle the political contributions of each of the nineteen men who held office during this particular period; rather, the author chose a more personal approach as a means by which to portray the psychological and political components of each
protagonist. Unlike similar accounts on the subject, Jenkins employs a significant sense of humor, not-so-subtle irony and rather unflattering perspective of what he calls a disparate lot of British Chancellors who had no more in common with one another than somewhat more than average ability and substantially more than average ambition.
Indeed, The Chancellors' essays do not represent the typical and stuffy account of history's British moneymen. No additional sources cited.
Browning & Bradsteet/Love Poetry
A 3 page essay that discusses the fact that Anne Bradstreet (1612-1672) and Elizabeth Barrett Browning (1806-1861) penned two of the greatest love poems that the world has known, “To My Dear and Loving Husband” and “How to love thee? Let me count the way.” While there are certainly differences in style between the two poems, these poets each express similar themes. They each describe the depth and breadth of their love, which is heartfelt and selfless, and is grounded in Christian imagery. No additional sources cited.